Alpine Carnivore is a backcountry hunting series that will take you to some of the most remote and breathtaking corners of Canada. Based in BC, this team is not intimidated by hard work and heading into the unknown. Join Mitch and the crew as they search every peak, valley, and treeline in search of wild game to fill the freezer.
On this week's hunt, Mitch and Cheeze head up to Northern Alberta to go moose hunting in the peak rut. They see many bulls chasing cows and over the week they pattern the moose to hone in on the bull they are after. This is a moose hunt you wont want to miss!
On this week's hunt, Mitch and Cheeze head up to Northern Alberta to go moose hunting in the peak of the rut. Throughout the week they see many bulls chasing cows, and with hard work and dedication they finally pattern the moose and hone in on the bull they are after. This is a moose hunt you wont want to miss!
On this week's Alberta Bighorn Sheep hunt, Mitch Beaulieu, and Cheeze Staxx head deep into the Canadian Rocky Mountains in pursuit of the ram of a lifetime. After days of climbing mountains in the harsh unforgiving terrain, they find a group of rams to make a play on.
In part 2 of this bighorn sheep series, Mitch & Cheeze harvest a GIANT ram, cook up a delicious feast and embark on an arduous 2-day pack out of the mountain range.
On Trav's first goat hunt in the Cassiar Mountain Range the Alpine Carnivore team heads into the wilderness of Northern British Columbia in search of mountain goat. The floatplane drops them off on an unnamed lake just south of the Yukon border for a 21-day expedition in the heart of stone sheep, mountain goat, mountain caribou and grizzly bear country. This is a do-it-yourself hunt the team will never forget!
In part 2 of this mountain goat hunting trip in the Cassiar Mountain Range the Alpine Carnivore team put two goats on the ground. Mitch, Trav, and Cheeze are in the middle of a pile of goats and the boys harvest two mature billies. They get hit with extreme weather leaving Cheeze without a tent, and pack the meat 15 km off the mountain and into base camp.
In the final episode of the Cassiar Mountain hunting expedition in northern British Columbia, the crew switches gears from cooking up their mountain goat kill, to mountain caribou and stone sheep hunting. In the final 10 days of this 21-day trip, they encounter grizzly bears, wolverines, mountain caribou, and of course Stone Sheep. Hiking over 150 km and summiting twenty-one mountains they finally locate and get in close to a bachelor group of elusive British Columbia rams.
This week, Mitch takes out his buddies Tom and Brady on a week-long backcountry hunt, into the remote wilderness of one of Alberta's wildland provincial parks. It's open season for whitetails, mule deer, and 6-point bull elk and there is no shortage of wildlife on this trip.
This week we pick up where we left off, in the Alberta backcountry, hunting whitetail deer and rocky mountain elk. Mitch, Brady and Cheez are on day 4 of their 7-day backpacking trip, and they run into a bunch more elk, some bighorn sheep and finally connect on a nice whitetail buck.
This week, Mitch takes his wife Lynn elk hunting in the high country of Alberta. This horseback elk hunting trip takes place high up in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. The mountains are slick, the weather is poor, and the bulls are scarce, but they get a bull on the ground on the last day of the elk hunting general season.
This week, Mitch and Cheeze leave British Columbia, and bring you hunting in Newfoundland for woodland caribou and eastern moose. The weather is wet and windy, the caribou are plentiful, and the hunting grounds are barren and isolated deep in the interior of the island.
This week, we leave the mountains of BC and head south on a desert whitetail deer hunt. The Coues deer is considered a grey ghost in these parts. Watch as Mitch and Tom spend 5 days camping in the mountains of the Sonora and witness non-stop Coues deer rutting action.
In part 2 of this Coues deer hunting trip in Sonora, Mexico, Mitch connects with the buck he is after. Once the hunting is over, he heads back to the ranch to cook a meal using the meat from his coues deer that the ranch staff and guests won’t soon forget.
On this hunt we head deep into the Monashee Mountain Range in southern British Columbia. We get held up by avalanches while going into our intended mountain bowl, so we strap on our packs and journey in on foot crossing raging rivers and cascading waterfalls. Lynn kills her biggest bear yet.
Mitch and the Alpine Carnivore crew head deep into avalanche country in South East British Columbia. They climb snow-covered peaks to access old burned mountains in search for a bear on the snow.
On this week's hunt the Alpine Carnivore crew continue to scale the Monashee Mountains in search of black bear. On day nine of this hunt Mitch finally connects with a big black bear at less than 20 yards. After the kill the boys feast on some stuffed tenderloin cooked on hot rocks while enjoying the scenery from the mountain side.
On this black bear finale, we take you high up in the mountains. We run into grizzlies on nearly every turn of the trip, our camp is visited by goats and we see the biggest bear of our lives. On day nine, we finally connect with a great bear and enjoy heart and tenderloin over the fire ending this truly epic black bear season.
Mitch Beaulieu gives safety tips for traversing mountainous terrain.
The crew hit the alpine slopes of Queen Charlotte Island/Haida Gwaii in search of some Sitka blacktail deer. All the pre-hunt planning pays off as they find hundreds of deer roaming the mountain sides and connect with 3 nice bucks in the first 3 hours. They also have a very interesting encounter with a big ole black bear.
In part 2 of this BC Sitka blacktail deer hunt, Mitch and the crew cook up a feast fit for kings. Trav and Devon team up and make Sitka Taste Buds and Sitka sticks on a beautiful glacial lake. After the feast, the crew heads back up into the mountains and glasses up the buck they have been waiting for!
The boys harvest 1 final Sitka blacktail buck to complete their epic hunt on Haida Gwaii. They build a mountain smokehouse and make some Sitka deer jerky. As they wave goodbye to the blacktail they head out to catch some salmon, halibut, rockfish and crabs to end this trip off and fill their freezers with a true bounty of Haida Gwaii land and sea critters.
The mule deer rut is on and the Alpine Carnivore crew head out in BC's mountains to look for some mule deer hunting action. During November, a legal buck in this region needs to be 4 points or better on one side to be legal. They set aside the last 10 days of the season in hopes of putting 3 great bucks on the ground.
We pick up where we left off on day 5 of a 10 day mountain mule deer hunting expedition in BC's mountains. After some long days of seeing mule deer, Mitch and Trav split up to try and locate the chocolate antlered buck they saw earlier in the week. Their decision finally pays off! Mitch and Cheeze get to enjoy tenderloin cooked over their wood stove while Trav continues to grind it out on his solo hunt.
After hunting hard for 10 days "The Timberwolf" Travis gets his chance at putting a last day buck down. After spending 4 days solo hunting, his luck has turned and a legal buck finally steps out on the final hour of the last day of the season.
Join Mitch and Cheeze as they head out archery elk hunting in the peak of the rut. They call-in multiple Alberta bulls during this hunt. Even though they bring in many elk they have to work hard to finally get within range of the herd bull. After days of chasing, Mitch changes up his strategy and gets his chance with the herd bull standing broadside at 65 yards. Watch as they have the best day of elk hunting of their lives.
In part 2 of the 2021 elk series, the Alpine Carnivore continues hunting elk during the rut! After missing a herd bull at 65 yards on part 1, Mitch is able to redeem himself and get in close to the BIGGEST bull he's ever seen. The rest is history!
Mitch and the Alpine Carnivore crew head out to Central BC on a black bear hunt they won't soon forget. With bears all around them, they are forced to revert to their primal instincts and survive with no food or shelter in near subzero temperatures.
After a rough night with no shelter or food, the boys continue with their mountain hunt. The bear hunting heats up and Mitch is able to put the smack down on a gorgeous cinnamon bear! As per tradition on every hunt, Mitch cooks up a mountain meal consisting of some bear back strap, tenderloin and morels before putting an end to this bear hunting trip.
This week, the boys head south of the border on a mountain sheep hunt. The mountains are steep, the country is beautiful and the sheep are plentiful. This is a hunt you'll want to watch as we encounter more sheep than we ever imagined.
In part 2 of this mountain sheep hunt, the crew lick their wounds after missing a chance at a good ram. Everything happens for a reason as they find themselves on a different string of rams, this time one of them doesn't get so lucky. Afterwards, they find themselves a beautiful dried up river bed to cook themselves a feast of tenderloin and sheep ribs over an open fire.
Once again we find ourselves hunting in the deserts of Mexico, this time we go after some huge cactus mule deer bucks with a very special guest. Mitch brings his dad Danny Beaulieu along for his first mule deer hunt. Mitch finds himself a real dandy buck but what comes from the meat might make your stomach turn!
On last week's hunt, Mitch was fortunate to kill a big mature mule deer buck, now it's Danny turn behind the rifle. While Trav and Danny are on the hunt for another good buck, Mitch and Cheese try their luck at some predator control. Along the way they find themselves face to face with a few jack rabbits the size of Coues deer which find their way on the grill. On the last day Danny gets his chance at the biggest buck of the trip
Mitch and Mike meet up with a family friend in Northern BC for a Rocky Mountain jet boat hunt in search of the majestic rutting bull moose. They load up the jet boat and head into some beautiful tributaries with a pocket full of tags and high hopes. They take in the wonderful fall colours, try their luck at some arctic grayling fishing and encounter Caribou and moose not long into their adventure.
In part 2 of this Northern BC jet boat hunt, the boys continue their search for a Rocky Mountain moose. After spotting a legal spike-fork bull, Mitch decides to pass and continue the hunt for a more mature bull. After a few calling sequences, a mature tri-palm bull comes in grunting right into range and Mitch is able to seal the deal.
We head to Northern BC for a DIY stone sheep hunt. The terrain is filled with downfall and on day 2 of the hunt we lost a man. Forced to hit the S.O.S on the Garmin inReach, 2 remain to watch helplessly from a distance as one of the crew gets evacuated by helicopter. With heavy hearts and packs we continue the search for stone sheep in some seriously beautiful country.
Mitch and Trav set themselves up for a long pack out, by moving to a new mountain range in search of sheep. The move to this new range has them covered in rams and with a change of luck they have meat on the ground!
Mitch and Lynn are on a BC bear hunt in Region 8 of Southern BC. The spring black bear rut is on and Lynn has her mind set on a specific big chocolate bear that they have seen on several occasions. They spend a few days learning the area, and her patience is tested when they encounter many different color-phased bears.
Travis "The Timberwolf", is in BC on a spot and stalk archery black bear hunt. After looking over a ton of bears this season, he has his heart set on taking his first BC black bear with his bow. Being as stealthy as possible Trav and Cheese are able to sneak into 15 yards of the bear and make a great shot. Trav then heads to the kitchen to make a delicious bear ham with the entire hind quarter.
Join Mitch and Lynn as they head out by horseback on a high country elk hunt after some late season bulls for their 2nd wedding anniversary. The air is thin and cold but the action is hot and heavy. The horses are saddled and the excitement is high as the romantic couple find bulls on almost every ridge top.